Taking stock of Pillar II

Technical papers

A landmark was passed in the summer with the publication of the draft Solvency II directive. This directive proposes a new framework for both the calculation of insurance liabilities, and for the regulatory capital to be held at solo entity and group levels. Thus it is worth reflecting on the practical issues that the UK faced in its implementation of its Pillar II regime, called Individual Capital Assessment (ICA), as this programme has strong similarities with the Solvency II framework. This

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